Thursday, 26 May 2011

Fw: Bags of difference

You all do so much for our kids, but  we are often asked if there is anything else we need.
At the moment we really need school bags for our older children. Sue tells me that the bags they can buy locally are of such poor quality and so flimsy they just fall to bits in no time.
We all know how hard a schoolbag has to work in the course of a normal day, and it's no different in Kenya.

The other items we also need now it's the rainy season are seeds - tomatoes, peppers, cabbages, beans, peas, melons, spinach etc , nasturtiums and other flowers.

Sue says: "I brought some seeds back with me from the UK and they are growing so well, while the seeds we have bought here are not doing half as well."

We do have some on their way, kindly given by a supporter who brought them  to the Ladies Lifestyle Fair on Sunday, but we do need more.

So if you  can help, please, and would like to send a schoolbag or seeds the address is:

Sue Hayward's Happy House, P.O. Box 796, Watamu, Kenya, East Africa.